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From: Prevalence and outcomes of extrahepatic primary malignancy associated with Hepatocellular Carcinoma in a Korean population

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Classification of 33 EHPM patients according to the location and diagnosis time of EHPM. (A) The most common site of extrahepatic primary malignancy (EHPM) in patients with HCC was the colorectal (30.3%), followed by the stomach (27.3%), breasts (12.1%), and kidneys (9.1%). (B) Prior, synchronous, and metachronous EHPM were found in 7, 17, and 9 patients, respectively. Prior EHPM was defined as EHPM diagnosed more than 6 months prior to the diagnosis of HCC, synchronous EHPM was defined as EHPM diagnosed within 6 months before or after the diagnosis of HCC, and metachronous EHPM was defined as EHPM diagnosed more than 6 months after the diagnosis of HCC.

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